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A reduced graphene oxide (RGO)-ZnIn(2)S(4) nanosheet composite was successfully synthesized via an in situ controlled growth process. The as-obtained RGO-ZnIn(2)S(4) composite showed excellent visible light H(2) production activity in the absence of noble metal cocatalysts.
Core/shell heterostructure composite has great potential applications in photocatalytic field because the introduction of core can remarkably improve charge transport and enhance the electron-hole separation. Herein, hierarchical Bi2S3/In2S3 core/shell structured microspheres were prepared via a simple one-pot hydrothermal process based on different growth(More)
Improvement of hydrogen evolution ability is an urgent task for developing advanced catalysts. As one of the promising visible-light photocatalysts, ZnIn2S4 suffers from the ultrafast recombination of photoinduced charges, which limits its practical application for efficient solar water splitting. Herein, we reported a two-step method to prepare(More)
Hierarchical flower-like TiO₂ with an anatase-rutile heterojunction was prepared by a hydrothermal process in the presence of titanium trichloride and poly(sodium-p-styrenesulfonate) (PSS). The morphology evolution process and formation mechanism of the as-obtained products were investigated in detail. It was found that morphology and crystalline phase can(More)
In this study, sea-urchin shaped Bi2S3/CdS hierarchical heterostructures are successfully synthesized via a convenient one-pot growth rate controlled route. The product is mainly composed of Bi2S3 nanorods and CdS nanoparticles grown on their surfaces. The formation mechanism was proposed based on the evolution of morphology as a function of solvothermal(More)
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